Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu voted at around 11 a.m. on Monday in Jerusalem.As he entered the polling station, he called on citizens to go out and vote. "Do not fear the coronavirus," he said. “The ability to securely and confidently go to the polls is an important democratic right that we should be proud of," Netanyahu stressed. "We are doing everything we can to address the health issues of coronavirus. You have nothing to worry about. Just one thing: Don't listen to fake news and to attempts to keep you from voting.”Both Netanyahu and Blue and White leader Benny Gantz predicted victory at political events on Sunday. They both said they would continue to lead their party even if they will not form the next government and even if a fourth election would have to be held.The voter turnout at 10 a.m. was 14.5%, a 0.5% decrease from last elections.